Okay, here it is! The thing I love to giveaway most… a polaroid camera (and film)! You probably know by now, polaroid is making a comback via The Impossible Project, so now is your chance to snatch up this highly sought after baby! You know how much I love polaroids and I like to keep the polaroid love going… and this is my way of saying “thank you” for all the love and support you continuously give my blog (and my family) for the past three years! It has been so wonderful and I never imagined all the wonderful friends and support that would come from this.
To enter, all you have to do is:
1. Leave a comment telling me one thing you miss about using a film camera.
2. You MUST be a follower or subscriber of this blog to enter to win the camera, and if so, please leave me a comment telling me you are! 2. Blog, tweet, or facebook about this giveaway and leave separate comments to the links here.
Now, if you do all of the things mentioned above, you might even be able to up your chances by getting your name in 5 times! Isn’t this the easiest thing to win a polaroid camera?!!
Those overseas are welcome to join. The giveaway will end at 8am PST on Friday, September 10th and don’t forget to come back Friday to this post as this is where the winner will be announced. Good luck!
Congratulations Gabriela!!! Email me your address. And thank you everyone else for participating and I love reading your comments (though, I am still not all caught up)! It is obvious that as much as we love the convenience of digital, nothing can ever replace the feeling of film!
One of my favorite baby things is the moses basket. It has come in handy with every child and its simplicity is stunning. Our basket had pink toile fabric and I really wanted to change it and I finally got around to it. It was the easiest thing to sew as I just sewed up a pillowcase shape for the cushion and it did the job. Now the basket has some pretty blue stripes and by the looks of it, Glow seems to approve of the little change.
Yesterday, was a day when some things got done. I got to sew for five minutes, we worked on reading and writing, there was lots of laying in bed, cuddling, and watching some movies, but maybe there was not so much math. Maybe today we will bake some cookies and the measuring will make up for it. It helped that Ben worked half day so he could take the two middles to the doctor for their physicals in the morning (it was him tweeting this picture). We also had lots of rain and I hope there are many more rainy days to come. A rainy day spent in bed watching movies is definitely a good day.